I guess I'm giving up on the "experiment"

John Fortin fortinj@attglobal.net
Wed May 16 11:24:00 GMT 2001

> I'm kind of curious myself.  I think you might want to give it a while
> longer for several reasons:
> 1) as you pointed out - you have a "knee jerk" reaction to answer all
> messages as soon as you read them.  (Example: the misspelled main
> problem: several folks might have caught that one - maybe even me if I
> looked close enough).
> 2) Some of us contribute very little and are even learners so we aren't
> much help, but in a case of someone not getting an answer then some of us
> that do not speak up much might begin to speak a little more.  Of course
> if a questions looks as if it won't be answered which would be a terrible
> thing and is extremely frustrating for those that originally asked then
> by all means speak up (but this will limit your responses - maybe ;-) )
> 3) As the experiment has only run for 9 days, the trend has not had
> sufficient enough time for all folks to change their styles and for
> others to become more vocal.  Rome was not built in a day.
> bk

I agree...and maybe limit yourself to particularly difficult or non-FAQ type


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